The Limerick Youth Service have provided a short and handy Exam Study Guidelines article for anyone facing into exams this June.
Leaving and Junior Cert Exam Study Guidelines from the Limerick Youth Service
by ilovelimerick correspondent Chloe O’Keeffe
Exam Study Guidelines and tips have been made available recently, by the Limerick Youth Service, located on Glenworth Street, Limerick.
Limerick Youth Service was founded in 1973, under the joint patronage of the Bishops of Limerick. Over the years, this voluntary organization has grown into the country’s largest local Youth Service, offering a range of personal and social development and recreational opportunities to young people through Limerick City and County.
As thousands of students prepare to sit their Junior, Leaving and Leaving Cert Applied exams this June, Limerick Youth Service has a few tips that may ease the pre-exam stress and nerves with an article about Exam Study Guidelines
On Exam Day
Throughout the exam period, LYS’ youth spaces will be open to allow young people the opportunity to chill out and relax after their exams.
Need to Talk
If you are finding the exams tough and would like to speak to someone please talk to a youth worker, teacher, parent or trusted friend.
You can also speak to Childline at Freephone 1800 666 666, while the youth information website, www.spunout.ie provides online support and guidance.
Alternatively, you can contact LYS’ Youth Information team at [email protected] or call 061-412444.
A member of Youth Work Ireland, Limerick Youth Service remains committed to connecting with young people and supporting them to reach their full potential
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